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Lada 21061 1.5 (72 Hp) technical specifications and fuel economy



Lada 21061 1.5 (72 Hp) Technical information

  • Engine displacement
    1452 cm3
  • Power
    72 hp
    53 kW
  • Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h
    N/A
  • Maximum speed
    N/A
  • Kerb Weight
    N/A
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Lada  21061  1.5 (72 Hp)  General information General information
Brand : Lada
Model : 2106
Generation : 21061
Engine / modification : 1.5 (72 Hp)
Production start : 1976 year
Production end : 1985 year
Coupe type : Sedan
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Lada  21061  1.5 (72 Hp)  Fuel economy (consumption) Fuel economy (consumption)
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Fuel consumption at Low speed (WLTP) :
Fuel Type : Petrol (Gasoline)
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Lada  21061  1.5 (72 Hp)  Performance Performance
Power : 72 hp | 53 kW
Max power in : 5600 rpm.
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CO2 emissions (WLTP) :
Torque : 104 Nm @ 3400 rpm.
Lada  21061  1.5 (72 Hp)  Engine Engine
Engine position : Front, longitudinal
Engine displacement : 1452 cm3
Engine oil capacity :
Fuel System : Carburettor
Position of cylinders : Inline
Valvetrain : OHC
Number of cylinders : 4
Number of valves per cylinder : 2
Compression ratio : 8.5
Piston Stroke : 80 mm
Cylinder Bore : 76 mm
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Lada  21061  1.5 (72 Hp)  Electric motor Electric motor
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Lada  21061  1.5 (72 Hp)  Transmission Transmission
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Lada  21061  1.5 (72 Hp)  Chassis Chassis
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